'Tucker Carlson Today': Air time, how to live stream and all you need to know about the TV host's new show on Fox Nation
His new video podcast will feature 'in-depth, unfiltered conversations with the people shaping America's future'
Tucker Carlson is getting a new show starting Monday, March 29, 2021.The TV show host has partnered with Fox Nation to bring an exclusive new video podcast that will feature "in-depth, unfiltered conversations with the people shaping America's future."
"Freedom of speech has never been under attack like it is now. Media companies are shrinking in the face of it and shrinking audiences.We are proud to say that we are moving in the opposite direction. The show is still free, this channel Fox News is still free and this show is expanding. We often we don't have time to talk about everything we want to talk about in a single hour, so we're launching a couple of programs here," Carlson said in a preview that aired on his show on March 24.
Tucker announces "Tucker Carlson Today," a new show that will air during the day three times a week on Fox Nation starting on Monday pic.twitter.com/E94jch0Cz0— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) March 25, 2021
The host, who has emerged as one of the most distinct voices in cable news, and whose show “Tucker Carlson Tonight” became the most popular program in the history of cable news, according to AZ Central, said he launched the podcast to strike against political censorship and the "growing cancel culture mentality", according to Fox News.
"We will not be silenced or canceled," said Carlson, who has promised to provide listeners with "the in-depth, unfiltered conversations that America needs, making sense of the day's events and taking a deeper dive into the issues we care about, with the clarity you deserve." The controversial TV show host also vowed to be "unfiltered, unafraid and unstoppable."
'Tucker Carlson Today' premieres March 29, with new episodes every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The show, according to Fox News, will feature a wide range of interviews with newsmakers and offer viewers a unique insight into the issues of the day. The Fox News host will continue to host his top-rated program 'Tucker Carlson Tonight', weeknights at 8 p.m. ET on Fox News Channel.
Where to live stream
Both the video podcast and the specials will only be available on Fox Nation. Fox Nation programs are viewable on-demand and from your mobile device app, but only for Fox Nation subscribers. The channel can be streamed on Roku, Apple TV, Android TV, Fire TV, SamsungSmart TV, Xbox One and iOS devices.
In April, the channel will debut a monthly series of in-depth specials called 'Tucker Carlson Originals'.
Carlson averaged 4.331 million viewers in the second quarter of 2020, according to AZ Central's report which quoted Nielsen Media Research, acing out 'Hannity', which averaged 4.311 million viewers. His show 'Tucker Carlson Tonight was abandoned by several advertisers in light of his odious comments about the Black Lives Matter movement. Among other things, Carlson said there “May be a lot of things, this moment we’re living through, but it is definitely not about Black lives. Remember that when they come for you, and at this rate, they will.”
More recently, Carlson also called former president Barack Obama a "racial arsonist" over demand for stricter gun laws, says "he sows hate". He mocked Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) on his show on Thursday, January 14, after the congresswoman said she thought she was "going to die" during the Capitol attack by a pro-Trump mob in January this year. He also called women in the military 'a mockery', an act which was slammed by the Pentagon and backed by Donald Trump Jr. Carlson raised doubts over the coronavirus vaccines out there in the market in his segment on March 15, causing many to wonder if he was putting up a show for his conservative audience. "I have a feeling that clown is vaccinated," a Twitter user had said.
I have a feeling that clown is vaccinated— HigherTendencies (@HigherKushCloud) March 16, 2021